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‘Honey Sex’ or honey trap?

Health Ministry warns against using sweet sex aid

Ilan Ben Zion, a reporter at the Associated Press, is a former news editor at The Times of Israel. He holds a Masters degree in Diplomacy from Tel Aviv University and an Honors Bachelors degree from the University of Toronto in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, Jewish Studies, and English.

'Honey Sex': natural aphrodisiac or dangerous mixture? (photo credit: Courtesy the Health Ministry)
'Honey Sex': natural aphrodisiac or dangerous mixture? (photo credit: Courtesy the Health Ministry)

The Health Ministry warned Monday against using a product marketed as a natural aphrodisiac sold in pharmacies and health food stores, saying it could be dangerous.

“Honey Sex” promises consumers a natural method to increase pleasure during sex. Tests by the ministry, however, found that the love potion contained Sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra.

The Health Ministry did not mention any recommended alternatives to the sweet treat.

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